Trump Supporting Kid Gets Last Laugh Over Teacher Who Censored His Trump Shirt From Yearbook

Another liberal gets shamed into apologizing. The Trump supporting kid gets the last laugh over the teacher who censored his Trump shirt in the yearbook.

It was actually more than one kid. If you missed the story, Trump’s name and quotes were censored from a yearbook. There were actually two kids who had their clothes photoshopped to hide Trump’s name. In one of the instances, it made the photo of lesser quality than the original. Also, they cut out an “offensive” phrase from Trump: ‘I like thinking big, if you’re going to be thinking anything, you might as well think big.’ Wow, so offensive.

Trump Supporting Kid Gets Last Laugh Over Teacher Who Censored His Trump Shirt From Yearbook

Trump Supporting Kid Gets Last Laugh Over Teacher Who Censored His Trump Shirt From Yearbook

Give the superintendent some credit as she took action in a big way.

Per Daily Mail:

According to public records, she collected an $87,950 salary last year. 

She was told not to come back to work at Wall High School, a public high school in a pro-Trump county in New Jersey, until the matter had been investigated but has been suspended with pay.

‘I cannot allow the intentional change that was not based on dress code to be ignored,’ Dyer said in the letter. ‘I take responsibility for the actions of those who are employed here.’

The corrected yearbooks should be available in about two weeks.

Trump Supporting Kid Gets Last Laugh

Wow! Now that’s what I call taking action. Great job by the superintendent.

In case you were wondering, Trump received almost 63% of the vote in the township. Overall Hillary Clinton won the state of New Jersey.

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